Rhine: Drought in Europe threatens major shipping river


The Rhine is an important shipping route for raw materials such as grain, chemicals, minerals, coal and oil products including fuel oil.

Companies are keeping a close eye on its water levels and the potential impact on their operations.

The water levels on the Rhine have recently continued to drop due to soaring hot temperatures and lack of rainfall in the region.

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  1. Snobbish Europeans? What about US citizens who have increasingly become entitled. How will all of these folks who think the system owes them something react when the taps run dry. It will be priceless. When you explain the severity to the average Joe they simply can not believe what is about to transpire. The most common response is that someone will figure something out. Huh! It makes me laugh almost but its pretty sad.

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